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RE: [liturgy-l] The Peace

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  • Ormonde Plater
    The 1979 Book of Common Prayer provides for the peace at the end of the Order of Worship for the Evening (p. 113), which is a form of cathedral vespers. So
    Message 1 of 190 , Dec 2, 2008
      The 1979 Book of Common Prayer provides for the peace at the end of the
      Order of Worship for the Evening (p. 113), which is a form of cathedral
      vespers. So someone thought it was a good idea or at least had ancient
      precedent.



      Ormonde Plater



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    • Frank Senn
      Gosh! FCS ... From: Gregory Holmes Singleton Subject: Re: [liturgy-l] The Peace To: liturgy-l@yahoogroups.com Date: Monday, December 8,
      Message 190 of 190 , Dec 8, 2008
        Gosh!

        FCS

        --- On Mon, 12/8/08, Gregory Holmes Singleton <roc1940@...> wrote:
        From: Gregory Holmes Singleton <roc1940@...>
        Subject: Re: [liturgy-l] The Peace
        To: liturgy-l@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Monday, December 8, 2008, 1:39 AM











        Doug Cowling wrote:



        <<There is no such thing as an "objective liturgical

        standard", rather we see a rite through the prism of its cultural matrix.>>



        Certainly our fellow listmember Frank Senn has done an excellent job of illustrating this point in several of his works. Realizing that a prophet (and/or liturgical scholar--Frank is both) often is not as honored in his/her home town (or discussion list) as he/she ought to be, let me also suggest a thorough reading of the late (the "late" part perhaps suggesting greater authority to some) Cyrille Vogel's Introduction aux sources de l'histoire du culte chretien au moyen age (Spoleto: Centro italiano di studi sull'alto medioevo, 1966)--available in an excellent revision and translation (William G. Storey and Niels Krogh Rasmussen, O.P.) as Medieval Liturgy: An Introduction to the Sources (Washington, DC: The Pastoral Press, 1986). It is worth reading in its entirety, but the brief discussion of "The Peculiar Character of Liturgical Manuscripts" (pp. 62-64) is particular on-point for this thread.



        Personal note to Frank--so far as I am concerned, you can and do still have a place of great honor while living. That's my selfish preference. It's just easier to have a conversation with you that way.



        Peace,



        Greg



        Gregory Holmes Singleton, Ph.D., CSF

        www.neiu.edu/ ~ghsingle/

        Community of St. Francis

        www.communityofstfr ancischicago. com/

        Ecumenical Catholic Communion

        www.ecumenical- catholic- communion. org/



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